Webster Groves Dental
About Our Practice
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We provide an inviting, welcoming environment.
Who We Are
We have the skills and knowledge to provide your family with outstanding care.
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Insurance

We work with all major dental insurance companies and are in-network providers with the following PPO insurance plans:  

  • Delta Dental
  • Metlife
  • Cigna
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Aetna
  • United Healthcare
  • ...and more

Contact our office to learn more about the different types of insurance plans we accept. 

Payment Options

We accept all forms of payment, including cash, check, credit card and CareCredit.

We don’t want you to sacrifice your dental health because of the cost. In special circumstances, we are happy to work with our patients with an automatic monthly payment plan. Contact our office today to discuss your options.

CareCredit

For the convenience of our patients, we also accept CareCredit - a credit card solely for healthcare. CareCredit is different than most credit cards and offers special financing you cannot get with traditional credit cards. They offer no interest on purchases of $200 or more when you pay in full by 24 months or less. Visit www.carecredit.com to learn more. 

Our Services
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What our patients say about us
I was so scared to go to the dentist, and Dr. Wenzel was amazing. He is kind, patient, and talks you through everything. He is the best!
Excellent, thoughtful, and prompt care. Dr. Wenzel did a fantastic job in diagnosing my tooth problem and then taking immediate steps to remedy it, making sure I was comfortable the entire time.Great environment and great care.
Highly recommend Dr. Matthew Wenzel! Honest assessment on what is necessary dental work and what isn't. Before seeing Dr. Wenzel, I visited another dentist who wanted to do two crowns (tune of $1,200.) Dr. Wenzel said it was not necessary at that point and saved me from spending a small fortune.